Automotive designers often tend to give supercar bodies an extraordinarily intricate and strange shape, which is hardly possible to say about the Artega Scalo Superelletra.
Artega started its activity not very successfully, having presented in 2006 the first sports car of its own design Artega GT, but went bankrupt six years later. Mark was revived in 2015, deciding to bet on the production of electric cars. To date, the company produces Scalo electric cars, and for the international exhibition in Geneva, the Germans delivered Artega Scalo Superelletra - the newest electric hypercar.
The car is based on the chassis of carbon fiber and aluminum, having a landing formula of 1 + 2, similar to the famous McLaren F1. Each of the four wheels has its own electric motor, which drives them. Impressive 1020 horsepower (1620 N ∙ m) is the combined power of all electric motors.
Atelier Touring Superleggera has developed a carbon fiber body, partly re-imagining the outlines of the previous model - Artega GT, invented in the first half of the 2000s by Henrik Fisker, a popular designer from Denmark. Surprisingly, this design, more than ten years after the creation, required very small corrections, so universal it turned out.
The maximum speed of this car is limited by a special limiter at a level of 300 kilometers per hour. For 2.7 seconds, the hypercar accelerates to the first hundred. According to the designers, under the floor of the cabin the blocks of lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 120 kWh provide a range of 500 kilometers. Battery recharging can be done at 80% for 2.5 hours on specialized charging stations.
While the Germans are planning to release only fifty pieces of Artega Scalo Superelletra, and want to start the serial assembly of this sports car in 2019. The final cost of the machine is not yet announced, but looking at a small print run and impressive characteristics, you can expect that future owners need to prepare to pay a very decent amount.
Опубликовано: 23.01.2017, 22:22